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Posted on: 2010/12/21 23:56
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Since: 2010/12/2
#431

Re: Integrating Prochatrooms auth with XOOPS

Wishcraft,
The XOOPS cookie authentication procedure is the missing link to the solution. While the JS example above shows how PCR auth get stuffed with variables, I have not succeeded in finding how the data gets picked off from XOOPS 2.5.0. Documentation appears non-existent on Google and elsewhere. Do you have info or can you point me to how this is typically done in a module? Another point of interest is how the content of an external app can be framed into the center column container display rather than target=_blank.

If this spec or related example were available, I could probably work out a rough hack (not nearly as good as you guys could pull off, but workable maybe).

noobaru


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Posted on: 2010/12/21 23:39
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#432

Sorry you do not have permission when registering under XOOPS 2.5.0?

I am running a new 2.5.0 installation and everything is squeaking along pretty nicely.

except

that rclicking on the registration link in the login block returns

"sorry, you do not have permission to access this feature" and a username/password prompt in the center block container.

User registration is enabled under settings, and the login/register block is enabled for anonymous user to use (which is actually called "Unregistered User". Searching out all the settinigs, preferences, and forum, nothing else seemed obvious.

Can someone advise as to what else may be needed that I am overlooking?

?????hmmm?????

Thanks
noobaru


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Posted on: 2010/12/21 16:35
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#433

Re: Integrating Prochatrooms auth with XOOPS

Yeah, it even runs under https, and the audio video flash chat module works with the free open source Red5 flash server instead of having to buy Adobe flash server. Don't know how different groups could be assigned to different rooms as it seems to be a flat one group/many rooms structure per their CMS integration guide.


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Posted on: 2010/12/21 16:26
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#434

Re: Disappearing Images in Custom Block

Thats all it took. Now images are solid across all pages. THANKS ghia!!


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Posted on: 2010/12/14 20:39
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#435

Disappearing Images in Custom Block

Using XOOPS 2.5
I created a simple image based URL custom menu block using a simple html two column table, the left table column containing the image icon and the right a generic description. Images were assigned the same href URL of the corresponiding link in the system main menu (which I have disabled for the custom one).

Icons and description displayed fine within the block which is in the left column of the page.

Clicking on any image successfully opened the module of its URL in the center column.

But once the module service opened, the icons (but not the descriptions) in the menu block disappeared.

Can someone shed some light on the reason this is happening?
The custom menu block was set for all groups, all pages and positioned at the top of the left column.

Thanks
Noobaru




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Posted on: 2010/12/10 17:54
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#436

Integrating Prochatrooms auth with XOOPS

Dear XOOPS enthusiasts,
I am trying to integrate my ProChatrooms script ( a fully functional version of Flashchat123 at one tenth the cost) into my XOOPS installation (very new to XOOPS and loving it so far, but not CMS in general). PCR universal integration scheme uses JavaScript like so

<script language="JavaScript">
<!--
var userName = "USERNAME";
var userID = "USERID";
var roomID = "Lobby";
// -->
</script>
<script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript" src="http://www.YOURWEBSITE.com/prochatrooms
/chat.js"></script>

however I do not know what form the XOOPS end of the userName or userID variables takes or how they are typically accessd by JavaScript.

It does not need to run in the center content frame but can be a _blank target (i.e. new tab) so long as users only need log in to CMS to use it.

Is there anyone who can share what the sources for these variables in XOOPS and how they can be read by JS as in the example above? In a year or two I will prolly be in a position to help others like me

Mega Thanks
noobaru



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